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SCOTUS to Cops: Get a Search Warrant for Cellphones

In its ruling today in Riley v. California, the Supreme Court unanimously established a clear new rule for police‐​citizen interaction: The police can’t, without a warrant, search the digital information on cell phones they seize from people they arrest. Ilya Shapiro comments.

Ilya Shapiro

Director, Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, Cato Institute